Meet Our Bloggers
We are a community that came together through a shared passion for DIY projects, décor, fashion, sustainability, and (of course) Goodwill. Our dream is to spread the Goodwill love to more people, encourage one another to take creative risks, and celebrate our successes along the way.
AKA The ReFashionista, Jillian is a writer, designer, and eco fashion revolutionary who transforms thrift store castoffs into fashionable frocks. She’ll change the way you think about fashion at ReFashionista.
Rashon is a design expert in décor and men’s style. He has an eclectic sense of combining new and old to create a timeless presentation of style. It doesn’t have to cost a lot to look amazing with Rashon.
Lauren is a lover of lists, labels, and all things color-coded. She is the owner and lead organizer of Upstate Clutter Coach, a full-service professional organizing company based in Greenville, SC.
Brian Maynor is an Image Expert and Motivational Speaker focused on the importance of self-image and the emotional side of dressing. Brian offers a vast knowledge on dressing fundamentals as well as trends, and aims to help readers find the perfect balance for their unique style.
Sarah is a pro at upcycling and repurposing her vintage treasures and thrifted finds. She’s constantly creating, cooking, and treasure hunting for her next DIY project. Craft on at Sadie Seasongoods.
Anne is an avid cook and a mother to three boys. When she isn’t developing content for Cyberwoven, you can find her writing about cooking for The Kitchn, parenting for Free Times, or anything else for whoever’s hring.
April Blake is a foodie daydreamer who understands the financial, environmentally sustainable, and fashionable aspects of secondhand shopping. She writes about all of that and more at The April Blake.
Shanika is a vintage-loving, antiqueaholic DIYer who is always planning a party in her head. She expresses her creativity with her sewing machine, knitting needles, crochet hooks and anything else she can at Life is Pichey.
This happily married duo are full-time arts professionals frequently found on local stages. Frank is a writer, director, and teacher who enjoys cooking and finding creative ways to make use of leftovers. Laurel is an arts administrator who loves solving problems through repurposing and DIY.